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Not quite Latin, not quite European, Buenos Aires is a fascinating world capital that immediately draws in its visitors and attracts them with its peculiarities and charms.
Buenos Aires represents the essence of Argentine culture- not surprising, considering that 40% of the country’s population lives in the city and its suburbs! Visitors to Buenos Aires are always struck by its modern sophistication and European feel. A huge city of over 12 million inhabitants, it is arguably South America’s most elegant and busy capital, yet it remains astonishingly clean and safe.
The cosmopolitan nature of the Buenos Aires is ever-present in its international citizens, modern architecture, local and ethnic restaurants, shopping districts, and attractive individuality of each neighborhood.
However, if you look beyond the daily hustle and bustle, you will also find that traditions are preserved around every corner. Tango spirit and expressivity pervade the city’s parks, plazas and halls, exposing the passionate side of this unique society.
Our academic center in Buenos Aires is located in the midst of a plethora of bars, theaters, restaurants, shops and cinemas in an exciting part of town. Nearby sites of interest include the Obelisco, the National Congress and the financial district. There is a metro stop just 5 minutes from the school.
As for the school itself, it has the capacity for 200 students, and boasts the best amenities. Enjoy spacious classrooms with plenty of natural light, a computer room with free internet, a video room, a cafeteria, air-conditiong and central heating and terraces and balconies that look out over the city.
Minimum age to study abroad in Buenos Aires: 18 years old
Intensive Group Course
Super Intensive Group Course
Private Spanish Lessons
Learn Tango + Spanish
Learn Salsa + Spanish
Staying with a host family in Buenos Aires and participating in their day-to-day life is the best way to learn the language and discover Argentina's culture. You will stay in a single or double room, on a half board or bed and breakfast basis..
Depending on requests and availability, you can also choose to reside in one of Buenos Aires' student residences. These residences are dispersed throughout the city, and you will have a single or double room with no meal plan or breakfast only.
No meals are included in shared student apartments, but you can choose from a single or double room and the apartments are furnished comfortably to include a fully-equipped kitchen so you can prepare your own meals.
When you study abroad in Buenos Aires at our partner Spanish school, you can participate in a wide range of weekly activities- both at the school and around the city.
In Buenos Aires, popular activities are tango or folklore classes; Spanish films; museum visits; going to popular local bars with other students; city tours; theater performances; barbecues and much more!
We can also set up exciting adventure activities throughout Argentina- trekking, rafting, horseback-riding, fishing, visits to man-made lakes, etc.
For $30 US and up, we also provide a variety of weekend excursions to some of Argentina's most beautiful cities, national parks and ski slopes. Aside from our other Spanish school destinations, there are also trips to: Villa Gelgrano, Patagonia, Iguazú Falls, Río de la Plata, indigenous towns, ski resorts, Nahuel Huapi National Park, Mendoza region wineries, Puente de Inca, and more.
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